I have been using David Zicarelli’s excellent-but-unsupported
"findfolder" external (OS X) to report on the path to the computer’s
main plugin folder (e.g. "Macintosh HD/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/"),
and/or the user’s plugin folder (e.g. "Macintosh
I’m now trying to implement the same thing using *only* supported
objects, and also not using any 3rd party externals either.
anyone done this already and can share?
On 8-May-2006, at 17:39, Dan Nigrin wrote:
> anyone done this already and can share?
I recently did something like this in C. Sample code for traversing &
searching folder trees abounds in the net.
You obviously don’t want my object because it’s "3rd party." If it’s
your own external, it ain’t 3rd party, is it? If it is, I’m not sure
why Java is any less so, but you’re the one writing the "rules"-)
I ‘spect you can do what you want either in Java or JScript.
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Thanks Peter. It’s not that I’m opposed to using 3rd party things,
but in some cases I like to have no dependencies on anyone but
Cycling, especially when doing code migrations to new platforms (e.g.
Windows, MacIntel, etc..).
So yes, if I built my own external, that wouldn’t count. But since
Check out Topher LaFata’s page. He has an mxj object called
filebrowse that should give you an idea as to how to do a foler
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